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Implementation Guide
Gateway Modbus UDP extended
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Table of Contents
Ethernet ......................................................................................................................................................... 2
Hardware .................................................................................................................................................. 2
Protocol .................................................................................................................................................... 2
Modbus .........................................................................................................................................................
Protocol description ..................................................................................................................................
Data encoding ..........................................................................................................................................
Application Data Unit (ADU) .....................................................................................................................
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Modbus Functions ......................................................................................................................................... 5
03 (0x03) Read Holding Registers ........................................................................................................... 5
06 (0x06) Write Single Registers ............................................................................................................. 6
16 (0x10) Write Multiple Registers ........................................................................................................... 7
23 (0x17) Read/Write Multiple registers ................................................................................................... 8
100 (0x64) Configure Streaming Data ...................................................................................................... 9
101 (0x65) Action Streaming Data ......................................................................................................... 10
102 (0x66) Streaming Data ..................................................................................................................... 11
Exception codes ..........................................................................................................................................
Code 0x01 - Illegal Function ..................................................................................................................
Code 0x02 - Illegal Data Address ..........................................................................................................
Code 0x03 - Illegal Data Value ...............................................................................................................
Code 0x04 - Slave Device Failure ..........................................................................................................
Code 0x06 - Slave Device Busy ............................................................................................................
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Timeout Lifecycle ........................................................................................................................................
General ..................................................................................................................................................
Client ......................................................................................................................................................
Server ....................................................................................................................................................
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Modbus UDP - Process image for MIG/MAG standard synergic, MIG/MAG pulse synergic and CMT ....... 15
Process data from controller to power source (0xF000 - 0xF0FF) ......................................................... 15
Process data from power source to controller (0xF100 - 0xF1FF) ......................................................... 16
Modbus UDP - Process image for TIG ........................................................................................................ 18
Process data from controller to power source (0xF000 - 0xF0FF) ......................................................... 18
Process data from power source to controller (0xF100 – 0xF1FF) ........................................................ 19
Modbus UDP - Process image for CC/CV .................................................................................................. 21
Process data from controller to power source (0xF000 – 0xF0FF) ....................................................... 21
Process data from power source to controller (0xF100 – 0xF1FF) ........................................................ 22
Modbus UDP - Process image for MIG/MAG standard manual .................................................................. 23
Process data from controller to power source (0xF000 – 0xF0FF) ....................................................... 23
Process data from power source to controller (0xF100 – 0xF1FF) ........................................................ 24
Special data .................................................................................................................................................
Generic ..................................................................................................................................................
MIG/MAG ...............................................................................................................................................
Manually .................................................................................................................................................
CC/CV-mode ..........................................................................................................................................
Stick (Rod electrode welding / MMA) .....................................................................................................
TIG .........................................................................................................................................................
Real Values ............................................................................................................................................
Limits ......................................................................................................................................................
Special process: MIG/MAG manual standard ........................................................................................
Special process: MIG/MAG manual pulse ..............................................................................................
Pilot Plasma ...........................................................................................................................................
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TAG Table ................................................................................................................................................... 34
1
Ethernet
Hardware
-
Data transfer rate 10 Mbaud
Ethernet connector RJ45 / IP67 VarioSub (Phoenix Contact)
Standard Ethernet cable (Twisted Pair, shielded)
Protocol
Modbus UDP (Modbus Application Protocol Specification V1.1)
One Modbus transaction is defined.
Adjustable UDP-Port (Factory setting is Port 502)
Public defined Modbus function 03 (0x03) Read Holding Registers
Public defined Modbus function 06 (0x06) Write Single Register
Public defined Modbus function 16 (0x10) Write Multiple Register
Public defined Modbus function 23 (0x17) Read/Write Multiple Register
User defined Modbus function 100 (0x64) Configure Streaming Data
User defined Modbus function 101 (0x65) Action Streaming Data
User defined Modbus function 102 (0x66) Streaming Data
Process data exchange between controller and power source:
- Function 23 (0x17) - Read/Write Multiple Register (0xF100-0xF0110 / 0xF0000xF00E)
Function 03 (0x03) – Read Holding Register (0xF100-0xF110)
Function 06 (0x06) – Write Single Register (0xF000-0xF00E)
Function 16 (0x10) – Write Multiple Register (0xF000-0xF00E)
Special Data, which not defined in the process image:
Function 03 (0x03) - Read Holding Register (0xE000-0xE0C5). It is limited to read
one register.
Function 06 (0x06) – Write Single Register (0xE000-0xE0C5)
Function 16 (0x10) – Write Multiple Register (0xE000-0xE0C5)
2
Modbus
Protocol description
The MODBUS application data unit is built by the client that initiates a MODBUS transaction. The function indicates to the server what kind of action to perform. The MODBUS
application protocol establishes the format of a request initiated by a client.
The function code field of a MODBUS data unit is coded in one byte. Valid codes are in
the range of 1 ... 255 decimal (128 – 255 reserved for exception responses). When a
message is sent from a Client to a Server device the function code field tells the server
what kind of action to perform.
Sub-function codes are added to some function codes to define multiple actions.
The data field of messages sent from a client to server devices contains additional
information that the server uses to take the action defined by the function code. This can
include items like discrete and register addresses, the quantity of items to be handled,
and the count of actual data bytes in the field.
The data field may be nonexistent (of zero length) in certain kinds request, in this case
the server does not require any additional information. The function code alone specifies
the action.
If no error occurs related to the MODBUS function requested in a properly received
MODBUS ADU the data field of a response from a server to a client contains the data
requested. If an error related to the MODBUS function requested occurs, the field
contains an exception code that the server application can use to determine the next
action to be taken.
For example a client can read the ON / OFF states of a group of discrete outputs or
inputs or it can read/write the data contents of a group of registers.
When the server responds to the client, it uses the function code field to indicate either a
normal (error-free) response or that some kind of error occurred (called an exception
response). For a normal response, the server simply echoes the original function code.
Data encoding
MODBUS uses a ‘big-Endian’ representation for addresses and data items. This means
that when a numerical quantity larger than a single byte is transmitted, the most significant byte is sent first.
Register size
16 Bit 0x1234
Value
the first byte sent is
3
0x12 then 0x34
Application Data
Unit (ADU)
This section describes the encapsulation of a MODBUS request or response when it is
carried on a MODBUS UDP network.
MPAP Header
Function code
Data
MPAP Header description:
Transactions Identifier
It is used for transaction pairing, the MODBUS server copies in the response the transaction identifier of the request.
Length:
Description:
Client:
Server:
2 Byte
Identification of a MODBUS Request / Response transaction
Initialized by the client
Recopied by the server from the received request
Protocol Identifier
It is used for intra-system multiplexing. The MODBUS protocol is identified by the value
0.
Length:
Description:
Client:
Server:
2 Byte
0 = Modbus protocol
Initialized by the client
Recopied by the server from the received request
Length
The length field is a byte count of the following field, including the Unit Identifier, Function
code and the data field.
Length:
Description:
Client:
Server:
2 Byte
Number of following bytes
Initialized by the client
-
Unit Identifier
This field is used for intra-system routing purpose. It is typically used to communicate to
a MODBUS or MODBUS+ serial line slave through a gateway between an Ethernet
network and a MODBUS serial line. This field is set by the MODBUS Client in the request and must be returned with the same value in the response by the server.
Length:
Description:
Client:
Server:
1Byte
Identification of a remote slave connected on a serial line or on other
buses
Initialized by the client
Recopied by the server from the received request
Important! All MODBUS/UDP ADU are sent via UDP on registered port 502.
4
Modbus Functions
03 (0x03) Read
Holding Registers
This function code is used to read the contents of a contiguous block of holding registers
in a remote device. In the Special Data area this contiguous block is limited from 1-4
registers. The request PDU specifies the starting register address and the number of
registers. In the PDU registers are addressed starting at zero. Therefore registers
numbered 1-16 are addressed as 0-15.
The register data in the response message are packed as two bytes per register, with
the binary contents right justified within each byte. For each register, the first byte contains the high order bits and the second contains the low order bits.
Request
Function code
1 Byte
0x03
Starting Address
2 Bytes
0x0000 to 0xFFFF
Quantity of Registers
2 Bytes
1 to 125 (0x7D)
Function code
1 Byte
0x03
Byte count
1 Byte
2 x N*
Register value
N* x 2 Bytes
-
Error code
1 Byte
0x83
Exception code
1 Byte
01 or 02 or 03 or 04
Response
N* = Quantity of Register
Error
Example
Here is an example of a request to read registers 0xE011 (Gas preflow).
Request
Field Name
Response
(Hex)
Field Name
(Hex)
Transaction Identifier Hi
00
Transaction Identifier Hi
00
Transaction Identifier Lo
01
Transaction Identifier Lo
01
Protocol Identifier Hi
00
Protocol Identifier Hi
00
Protocol Identifier Lo
00
Protocol Identifier Lo
00
Length Hi
00
Length Hi
00
Length Lo
06
Length Lo
05
Unit Identifier
00
Unit Identifier
00
Function code
03
Function code
03
Starting Address Hi
E0
Byte Count
02
Starting Address Lo
11
Register value Hi (108)
08
No. of Registers Hi
00
Register value Lo (108)
98
No. of Registers Lo
01
The contents of register 0xE011 (Gas preflow) are shown as the two byte values of 08
98 hex, or 2200 decimal.
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06 (0x06) Write
Single Registers
This function code is used to write a single holding register in a remote device.
The request PDU specifies the address of the register to be written. Registers are
addressed starting at zero. Therefore register numbered 1 is addressed as 0.
The normal response is an echo of the request, returned after the register contents have
been written.
Request
Function code
1 Byte
0x06
Register Address
2 Bytes
0x0000 to 0xFFFF
Register Value
2 Bytes
0x0000 or 0xFFFF
Function code
1 Byte
0x06
Register Address
2 Bytes
0x0000 to 0xFFFF
Register Value
2 Bytes
0x0000 or 0xFFFF
Error code
1 Byte
0x86
Exception code
1 Byte
01 or 02 or 03 or 04
Response
Error
Example
Here is an example of a request to write register 0xE011 (Gas preflow) with the value
0x898 (decimal 2200):
Response
Request
Field Name
(Hex)
Field Name
(Hex)
Transaction Identifier Hi
00
Transaction Identifier Hi
00
Transaction Identifier Lo
01
Transaction Identifier Lo
01
Protocol Identifier Hi
00
Protocol Identifier Hi
00
Protocol Identifier Lo
00
Protocol Identifier Lo
00
Length Hi
00
Length Hi
00
Length Lo
06
Length Lo
06
Unit Identifier
00
Unit Identifier
00
Function code
06
Function code
06
Register Address Hi
E0
Register Address Hi
E0
Register Address Lo
11
Register Address Lo
11
Register Value Hi
08
Register Value Hi
08
Register Value Lo
98
Register Value Lo
98
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16 (0x10) Write
Multiple Registers
This function code is used to write a block of contiguous registers (1 to 20 registers) in a
remote device. The requested written values are specified in the request data field. Data
is packed as two bytes per register. The normal response returns the function code,
starting address and quantity of registers written.
Request
Function code
1 Byte
0x10
Starting Address
2 Bytes
0x0000 to 0xFFFF
Quantity of Registers
2 Bytes
0x0001 or 0x0078
Byte Count
1 Byte
2 x N*
Register Values
N* x 2 Bytes
Value
Function code
1 Byte
0x10
Starting Address
2 Bytes
0x0000 to 0xFFFF
Quantity of Registers
2 Bytes
1 to 123 (0x7B)
Error code
1 Byte
0x90
Exception code
1 Byte
01 or 02 or 03 or 04
N* = Quantity to Write
Response
Error
Example
Here is an example of a request to write two registers (0xF00B – 0xF00C)
Request
Field Name
Response
(Hex)
Field Name
(Hex)
Transaction Identifier Hi
00
Transaction Identifier Hi
00
Transaction Identifier Lo
01
Transaction Identifier Lo
01
Protocol Identifier Hi
00
Protocol Identifier Hi
00
Protocol Identifier Lo
00
Protocol Identifier Lo
00
Length Hi
00
Length Hi
00
Length Lo
??
Length Lo
06
Unit Identifier
00
Unit Identifier
00
Function code
10
Function code
10
Starting Address Hi
F0
Starting Address Hi
F0
Starting Address Lo
0B
Starting Address Lo
0B
Quantity of Registers Hi
00
Quantity of Registers Hi
00
Quantity of Registers Lo
02
Quantity of Registers Lo
02
Byte Count
04
Register Value Hi
7F
Register Value Lo
FF
Register Value Hi
7F
Register Value Lo
FF
7
23 (0x17) Read/
Write Multiple
registers
This function code performs a combination of one read operation and one write operation in a single MODBUS transaction. The write operation is performed before the read.
Holding registers are addressed starting at zero. Therefore holding registers 1-16 are
addressed in the PDU as 0-15.
The request PDU specifies the starting address and number of holding registers to be
read as well as the starting address, number of holding registers, and the data to be
written. The byte count specifies the number of bytes to follow in the write data field.
The normal response contains the data from the group of registers that were read. The
byte count field specifies the quantity of bytes to follow in the read data field.
Request
Function code
1 Byte
0x17
Read Starting Address
2 Bytes
0x0000 to 0xFFFF
Quantity to Read
2 Bytes
0x0001 to approx.0x0076
Write Starting Address
2 Bytes
0x0000 to 0xFFFF
Quantity to Write
2 Bytes
0x0001 to approx. 0X0076
Write Byte Count
1 Byte
2 x N*
Write Registers Value
N* x 2 Bytes
N* = Quantity to Write
Response
Function code
1 Byte
0x17
Byte Count
1 Byte
2 x N'*
Read Registers value
N'* x 2 Bytes
N* = Quantity to Read
Error
Error code
1 Byte
0x97
Exception code
1 Byte
01 or 02 or 03 or 04
Example
Here is an example of a request to read six registers and to write three registers:
Request
Field Name
(Hex)
Field Name
(Hex)
Transaction Identifier Hi
00
Write Starting Address Hi
F0
Transaction Identifier Lo
01
Write Starting address Lo
00
Protocol Identifier Hi
00
Quantity to Write Hi
00
Protocol Identifier Lo
00
Quantity to Write Lo
03
Length Hi
00
Write Byte Count
06
Length Lo
11
Write Registers Value Hi
01
Unit Identifier
00
Write Registers Value Lo
FA
Function code
17
Write Registers Value Hi
02
Read Starting Address Hi
F1
Write Registers Value Lo
FB
Read Starting Address Lo
00
Write Registers Value Hi
03
Quantity to Read Hi
00
Write Registers Value Lo
FC
Quantity to Read Lo
06
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23 (0x17) Read/
Write Multiple
registers
(continued)
100 (0x64) Configure Streaming
Data
Response
Field Name
(Hex)
Field Name
(Hex)
Transaction Identifier Hi
00
Read Registers value Hi
0A
Transaction Identifier Lo
01
Read Registers value Lo
CD
Protocol Identifier Hi
00
Read Registers value Hi
00
Protocol Identifier Lo
00
Read Registers value Lo
01
Length Hi
00
Read Registers value Hi
00
Length Lo
0F
Read Registers value Lo
03
Unit Identifier
00
Read Registers value Hi
00
Function code
17
Read Registers value Lo
0D
Byte Count
0C
Read Registers value Hi
00
Read Registers value Hi
00
Read Registers value Lo
FF
Read Registers value Lo
FE
This function code is used to configure the data in the streaming frame. This frame will
be sent without a request from the client (or master).
The request PDU specifies the IP-address and the port number of the client, the streaming frequency and the addresses of the register. The port number 15000 and 15001
are reserved for Fronius Applications.
The normal response is an echo of the request.
Request
Function code
1 Byte
0x64
IP Address Hi Word
2 Bytes
0x0000 to 0xFFFF
IP Address Lo Word
2 Bytes
0x0000 to 0xFFFF
Port number
2 Byte
0x0000 to 0xFFFF
Frequency
2 Byte
0x0000 to 0xFFFF
Number of register
1 Byte
0x00 to 0xFF
Register Address
N* x 2 Bytes
N* = Quantity of Register
Response
Function code
1 Byte
0x64
IP Address Hi Word
2 Bytes
0x0000 to 0xFFFF
IP Address Lo Word
2 Bytes
0x0000 to 0xFFFF
Port number
2 Byte
0x0000 to 0xFFFF
Frequency
2 Byte
0x0000 to 0xFFFF
Number of register
1 Byte
0x00 to 0xFF
Register Address
N* x 2 Bytes
N* = Quantity of Register
Error
Error code
1 Byte
0xE5
Exception code
1 Byte
01 or 02 or 03 or 04
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100 (0x64) Configure Streaming
Data
(continued)
Example
Here is an example of a request to configure the streaming data.
IP-Address:
192.168.0.2
Port number: 500
Frequency:
20 Hz
Address 1:
0xE070
Address 2:
0xE071
Address 3:
0xE068
Request
Field Name
101 (0x65) Action
Streaming Data
Response
(Hex)
Field Name
(Hex)
Transaction Identifier Hi
00
Transaction Identifier Hi
00
Transaction Identifier Lo
01
Transaction Identifier Lo
01
Protocol Identifier Hi
00
Protocol Identifier Hi
00
Protocol Identifier Lo
00
Protocol Identifier Lo
00
Length Hi
00
Length Hi
00
Length Lo
0F
Length Lo
0F
Unit Identifier
00
Unit Identifier
00
Function code
64
Function code
64
IP Address Hi Word Hi
C0
IP Address Hi Word Hi
C0
IP Address Hi Word Lo
A8
IP Address Hi Word Lo
A8
IP Address Lo Word Hi
00
IP Address Lo Word Hi
00
IP Address Lo Word Lo
02
IP Address Lo Word Lo
02
Port number Hi
01
Port number Hi
01
Port number Lo
E4
Port number Lo
E4
Frequency Hi
00
Frequency Hi
00
Frequency Lo
14
Frequency Lo
14
Number of register
03
Number of register
03
Registers Value Hi
E0
Registers Value Hi
E0
Registers Value Lo
70
Registers Value Lo
70
Registers Value Hi
E0
Registers Value Hi
E0
Registers Value Lo
71
Registers Value Lo
71
Registers Value Hi
E0
Registers Value Hi
E0
Registers Value Lo
68
Registers Value Lo
68
This function code is used to start and stop the streaming frame without a request from
the client (or master).
The request PDU specifies the start (0x01) or stop (0x00) of the streaming frame.
The normal response is an echo of the request.
Request
Function code
1 Byte
0x65
Action
1 Bytes
Bit 0…0 (Stop streaming)
Bit 0…1 (Start streaming)
10
101 (0x65) Action
Streaming Data
(continued)
Response
Function code
1 Byte
0x65
Action
1 Bytes
Bit 0…0 (Stop streaming)
Bit 0…1 (Start streaming)
Error code
1 Byte
0xE5
Exception code
1 Byte
01 or 04 or 10
Error
Example
Here is an example of a request to start the streaming data.
Request
Field Name
102 (0x66) Streaming Data
Response
(Hex)
Field Name
(Hex)
Transaction Identifier Hi
00
Transaction Identifier Hi
00
Transaction Identifier Lo
01
Transaction Identifier Lo
01
Protocol Identifier Hi
00
Protocol Identifier Hi
00
Protocol Identifier Lo
00
Protocol Identifier Lo
00
Length Hi
00
Length Hi
00
Length Lo
03
Length Lo
03
Unit Identifier
00
Unit Identifier
00
Function code
65
Function code
65
Action streaming data
01
Action streaming data
01
This function will be send from the server without a request from the client.
The Transaction Identifier will be incremented every cycle by the server. The Protocol
Identifier is the Protocol Identifier from the function 100 (0x64) Configure Streaming
Data.
The Unit Identifier is the Unit Identifier from the function 100 (0x64) Configure Streaming
Data.
Response
Function code
1 Byte
0x66
Frequency
2 Byte
0x0000 to 0xFFFF
Timestamp in ms
2 Byte
0x0000 to 0xFFFF
Number of registers
1 Byte
0x00 to 0xFF
Register address 1
2 Byte
0x0000 to 0xFFFF
Register value 1
2 Byte
0x0000 to 0xFFFF
Register address n
2 Byte
0x0000 to 0xFFFF
Register value n
2 Byte
0x0000 to 0xFFFF
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102 (0x66) Streaming Data
(continued)
Example
Here is an example of a response of the streaming data.
Frequency:
20 Hz
Timestamp:
1613 ms
Nr. of register: 0x03
Address 1:
0xE070
Address 2:
0xE071
Address 3:
0xE068
Response
Field Name
(Hex)
Field Name
(Hex)
Transaction Identifier Hi
00
Register address 1 Hi
E0
Transaction Identifier Lo
01
Register address 1 Lo
70
Protocol Identifier Hi
00
Register value 1 Hi
01
Protocol Identifier Lo
01
Register value 1 Lo
FF
Length Hi
00
Register address 2 Hi
E0
Length Lo
13
Register address 2 Lo
71
Unit Identifier
00
Register value 2 Hi
02
Function code
66
Register value 2 Lo
FF
Frequency Hi
00
Register address 3 Hi
E0
Frequency Lo
14
Register address 3 Lo
68
Timestamp Hi
06
Register value 3 Hi
03
Timestamp Lo
4D
Register value 3 Lo
FF
Number of register
03
12
Exception codes
Code 0x01 Illegal Function
The function code received in the query is not an allowable action for the server (or
slave). This may be because the function code is only applicable to newer devices, and
was not implemented in the unit selected. It could also indicate that the server (or slave)
is in the wrong state to process a request of this type, for example because it is unconfigured and is being asked to return register values.
Code 0x02 Illegal Data
Address
The data address received in the query is not an allowable address for the server (or
slave). More specifically, the
combination of reference number and transfer length is invalid. For a controller with 100
registers, a request with offset 96 and length 4 would succeed, a request with offset 96
and length 5 will generate exception 02.
Code 0x03 Illegal Data Value
A value contained in the query data field is not an allowable value for server (or slave).
This indicates a fault in the
structure of the remainder of a complex request, such as that the implied length is
incorrect. It specifically does NOT mean that a data item submitted for storage in a
register has a value outside the expectation of the application program, since the
MODBUS protocol is unaware of the significance of any particular value of any particular
register.
Code 0x04 Slave Device
Failure
An unrecoverable error occurred while the server was attempting to perform the requested action.
What is the reason for this error:
License Gateway Level 1 (4,061,115) not installed in the power source
Modbus protocol not activated (UniveralBusSteuerung -> Config)
Wrong Firewall IP address Modbus
Code 0x06 Slave Device
Busy
The server (or slave) is engaged in processing a long-duration command. The client (or
master) should retransmit the message later when the server (or slave) is free.
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Timeout Lifecycle
General
Modbus UDP is a connectionless transport protocol. It provides no control mechanism
when exchanging data between client and server. This results in a higher processing
speed than, for example, TCP. Therefore the connection must be controlled by the client
and the server.
Client
In the process image 0xF000 (Bit 0-7) Control Flag Group 1 contents the signal Timeout
Lifecycle.
If the value is zero, there is no control of the communication active.
A value between 1-255 means a timeout from 10ms - 2550ms.
Every request of a Modbus function 23 (0x17) reset the lifecycle timer in the server.
After a overrun of this lifecycle timer the power source stops immediately.
Server
If the lifecycle time run over, in the process image 0xF100 Bit 1 Status Flag Group 1 the
signal Modbus Timeout will be set.
After a restart of the Modbus communication this flag is set as long, till the signal Source
Error Reset will be set.
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Modbus UDP - Process image for MIG/MAG standard
synergic, MIG/MAG pulse synergic and CMT
Process data
from controller to
power source
(0xF000 - 0xF0FF)
Address Description
Unit
Type
Factor R / W
ms
-
Byte
-
10
-
r/w
-
0xF000
Control Flag Group 1
Bit 0 - 7 Timeout Lifecycle
Bit 8 - 15 Reserved
0xF001
Control Flag Group 2
Bit 0
Welding start
Bit 1
Robot ready
Bit 2
Source error reset
Bit 3
Gas test
Bit 4
Wire inching
Bit 5
Wire retract
Bit 6
Torch blow out
Bit 7
Welding simulation
Bit 8
Touch sensing
Bit 9
Master selectioin Twin
Bit 10
SFI disable
Bit 11
SynchroPuls disable
Bit 12
Pulse/Dynamik correction disable
Bit 13
Burn back correction disable
Bit 14
Power full range
Bit 15
Reserved
-
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
-
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w
-
0xF002
Control Flag Group 3
Bit 0 - 15 Reserved
-
Boolean
-
-
0xF003
Control Flag Group 4
Bit 0 - 15 Reserved
-
Boolean
-
-
0xF004
Control Flag Group 5
Bit 0 - 15 Reserved
-
Boolean
-
-
0xF005
Control Flag Group 6
Bit 0 - 15 Reserved
-
Boolean
-
-
0xF006
Control Flag Group 7
Bit 0 - 15 Reserved
-
Boolean
-
-
0xF007
Control Flag Group 8
Bit 0 - 15 Reserved
-
Boolean
-
-
0xF008
Operating mode
0
MIG/MAG standard synergic welding 1
MIG/MAG pulse synergic welding
2
Job mode
3
Parameter selection internal
4
MIG/MAG standard manual welding 5
CC/CV
6
TIG welding
7
CMT
8
Special process: manual standard 9
Special process: manual pulse
-
-
-
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w
0xF009
Job number
-
Byte
-
r/w
0xF00A
Program number
-
Byte
-
0xF00B
Power
%
-
Word
r/w
0xF00C
Arc length correction
%
Word
r/w
0xF00D
Pulse/Dynamik correction
%
Byte
r/w
0xF00E
Burn back correction
ms
Byte
r/w
15
r/w
Process data
from controller to
power source
(0xF000 - 0xF0FF)
(continued)
Process data from
power source to
controller (0xF100
- 0xF1FF)
Address Description
Unit
Type
Factor R / W
-
-
-
-
m/min
Word
-
r/w
0xF00F
Reserved
0xF010
External wirefeeder
Wirefeed speed actual value
0xF011
External wirefeeder
Main error
-
Byte
-
r/w
0xF012
External wirefeeder
Sub error
-
Byte
-
r/w
0xF013
External wirefeeder
Bit 0
External wirefeeder enable
Bit 1 - 15 Reserved
-
Boolean
-
-
r/w
-
Unit
Type
ms
-
Boolean
Boolean
-
r
-
Address Description
Factor R / W
0xF100
Status Flag Group 1
Bit 0
Modbus timeout
Bit 2 - 15 Reserved
0xF101
Status Flag Group 2
Bit 0
Communication ready
Bit 1
Power source ready
Bit 2
Arc stable
Bit 3
Process active
Bit 4
Main current signal
Bit 5
Torch collision protection
Bit 6
Wire stick control
Bit 7
Wire available
Bit 8
Shortcircuit timeout
Bit 9
Power out of range
Bit 10
Robot access
Bit 11
Data documentation ready
Bit 12
Limit signal
Bit 13-15 Reserved
-
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
-
r
r
r
r
r
r
r
r
r
r
r
r
r
r
0xF102
Status Flag Group 3
Bit 0 - 15 Reserved
-
-
-
-
0xF103
Status Flag Group 4
Bit 0 - 15 Reserved
-
-
-
-
0xF104
Status Flag Group 5
Bit 0 - 15 Reserved
-
-
-
-
0xF105
Status Flag Group 6
Bit 0 - 15 Reserved
-
-
-
-
0xF106
Status Flag Group 7
Bit 0 - 15 Reserved
-
-
-
-
0xF107
Device SubError
-
Byte
-
r
0xF108
Main error number
-
Word
-
r
0xF109
Reserved
-
-
-
-
0xF10A
Welding voltage actual value
V
Word
-
r
0xF10B
Welding current actual value
A
Word
-
r
0xF10C
Motor current actual value
A
Word
-
r
0xF10D
Reserved
-
-
-
-
0xF10E
Reserved
-
-
-
-
16
Process data from
power source to
controller (0xF100
- 0xF1FF)
(continued)
Address Description
Unit
Type
Factor R / W
-
-
-
-
0xF10F
Reserved
0xF110
Wire speed actual value
m/min
Word
-
-
0xF111
External wirefeeder
Wirefeed speed command value
m/min
Word
-
r
0xF112
External wirefeeder
Wirefeed speed ramp value
17
15m/min/s Word
r
Modbus UDP - Process image for TIG
Process data
from controller to
power source
(0xF000 - 0xF0FF)
Address Description
Unit
Type
ms
-
Byte
-
10
-
-
Control Flag Group 2
Bit 0
Welding start
Bit 1
Robot ready
Bit 2
Source error reset
Bit 3
Gas test
Bit 4
Wire inching
Bit 5
Wire retract
Bit 6
Cold wire disable
Bit 7
Welding simulation
Bit 8
Touch sensing
Bit 9
Reserved
Bit 10
Reserved
Bit 11
Reserved
Bit 12
Base current disable
Bit 13
Duty cycle disable
Bit 14-15 Reserved
-
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
-
-
-
0xF002
Control Flag Group 3
Bit 0 - 15 Reserved
-
Boolean
-
-
0xF003
Control Flag Group 4
Bit 0 - 15 Reserved
-
Boolean
-
-
0xF004
Control Flag Group 5
Bit 0 - 15 Reserved
-
Boolean
-
-
0xF005
Control Flag Group 6
Bit 0 - 15 Reserved
-
Boolean
-
-
0xF006
Control Flag Group 7
Bit 0 - 15 Reserved
-
Boolean
-
-
0xF007
Control Flag Group 8
Bit 0 - 15 Reserved
-
Boolean
-
-
0xF008
Operating mode
0
MIG/MAG standard synergic welding 1
MIG/MAG pulse synergic welding
2
Job mode
3
Parameter selection internal
4
MIG/MAG standard manual welding 5
CC/CV
6
TIG welding
7
CMT
8
Special process: manual standard 9
Special process: manual pulse
-
-
-
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w
0xF009
Job number
-
Byte
-
r/w
0xF00A
Bit 0
Bit 1
Bit 2
Bit 3
Bit 4
Bit 5
Bit 6
Bit 7
-
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
-
-
-
0xF00B
Main current
A
Word
-
-
0xF000
Control Flag Group 1
Bit 0 - 7 Timeout Lifecycle
Bit 8 - 15 Reserved
0xF001
DC / AC
DC- / DC+
Cap shaping
Pulse disable
Pulse range Bit 0
Pulse range Bit 1
Pulse range Bit 2
Reserved
18
Factor R / W
Process data
from controller to
power source
(0xF000 - 0xF0FF)
(continued)
Address Description
Type
Factor R / W
0xF00C
External parameter
-
Word
-
-
0xF00D
Base current
%
Byte
-
-
0xF00E
Duty cycle
%
Byte
-
-
0xF00F
Wire speed cold wire
m/min
10 Bit
-
-
0xF010
External wirefeeder
Wirefeed speed actual value
m/min
Word
-
-
0xF011
External wirefeeder
Main error
-
Byte
-
-
0xF012
External wirefeeder
Sub error
-
Byte
-
-
0xF013
External wirefeeder
Bit 0
External wirefeeder enable
Bit 1-15 Reserved
-
Boolean
-
-
-
Bit 6
Bit 5
Bit 4
Set pulse range on power source
0
0
0
Pulse setting range deactivated
0
0
1
0,2 - 2 Hz
0
1
0
2 - 20 Hz
0
1
1
Pulse range selection
Process data
from power
source to controller (0xF100 –
0xF1FF)
Unit
20 - 200 Hz
1
0
0
200 - 2000 Hz
1
0
1
Unit
Type
ms
-
Boolean
Boolean
-
-
Address Description
Factor R / W
0xF100
Status Flag Group 1
Bit 0
Modbus timeout
Bit 2-15 Reserved
0xF101
Status Flag Group 2
Bit 0
Communication ready
Bit 1
Power source ready
Bit 2
Arc stable
Bit 3
Process active
Bit 4
Main current signal
Bit 5
Torch collision protection
Bit 6
Reserved
Bit 7
Wire available (cold wire)
Bit 8
Reserved
Bit 9
Reserved
Bit 10
Reserved
Bit 11
Reserved
Bit 12
Reserved
Bit 13
High frequency active
Bit 14
Pulse high
Bit 15
Reserved
-
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
-
-
-
0xF102
Status Flag Group 3
Bit 0 - 15 Reserved
-
Boolean
-
-
0xF103
Status Flag Group 4
Bit 0 - 15 Reserved
-
-
-
-
0xF104
Status Flag Group 5
Bit 0 - 15 Reserved
-
-
-
-
0xF105
Status Flag Group 6
Bit 0 - 15 Reserved
-
-
-
-
19
Process data
from power
source to controller (0xF100 –
0xF1FF)
(continued)
Address Description
Unit
Type
Factor R / W
0xF106
Status Flag Group 7
Bit 0 - 15 Reserved
-
-
-
-
0xF107
Device SubError
-
Byte
-
r
0xF108
Main error number
-
Word
-
-
0xF109
Reserved
-
-
-
-
0xF10A
Welding voltage
V
Word
-
-
0xF10B
Welding current
A
Word
-
-
0xF10C
Motor current (cold wire)
A
Word
-
-
0xF10D
Reserved
0xF10E
Arc length actual value (AVC)
V
Byte
-
-
0xF10F
Reserved
-
-
-
-
0xF110
Wire speed (cold wire)
m/min
Word
-
-
0xF111
External wirefeeder
Wirefeed speed command value
m/min
Word
-
-
0xF112
External wirefeeder
Wirefeed speed ramp value
15m/min/s Word
-
-
20
Modbus UDP - Process image for CC/CV
Process data
from controller to
power source
(0xF000 –
0xF0FF)
Address Description
Unit
Type
ms
-
Byte
-
10
-
-
Control Flag Group 2
Bit 0
Welding start
Bit 1
Robot ready
Bit 2
Source error reset
Bit 3
Gas test
Bit 4
Wire inching
Bit 5
Wire retract
Bit 6
Torch blow out
Bit 7
Welding simulation
Bit 8
Touch sensing
Bit 9
Master selectioin Twin
Bit 10-15 Reserved
-
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
-
-
-
0xF002
Control Flag Group 3
Bit 0 - 15 Reserved
-
Boolean
-
-
0xF003
Control Flag Group 4
Bit 0 - 15 Reserved
-
Boolean
-
-
0xF004
Control Flag Group 5
Bit 0 - 15 Reserved
-
Boolean
-
-
0xF005
Control Flag Group 6
Bit 0 - 15 Reserved
-
Boolean
-
-
0xF006
Control Flag Group 7
Bit 0 - 15 Reserved
-
Boolean
-
-
0xF007
Control Flag Group 8
Bit 0 - 15 Reserved
-
Boolean
-
-
0xF008
Operating mode
0
MIG/MAG standard synergic welding 1
MIG/MAG pulse synergic welding
2
Job mode
3
Parameter selection internal
4
MIG/MAG standard manual welding 5
CC/CV
6
TIG welding
7
CMT
8
Special process: manual standard 9
Special process: manual pulse
-
-
-
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w
0xF009
Job number
-
Byte
-
-
0xF00A
Reserved
-
-
-
-
0xF00B
Welding current
A
Word
-
-
0xF00C
Wire feed speed
m/min
Word
-
-
0xF00D
Welding voltage
V
Byte
-
-
0xF00E
Reserved
-
-
-
-
0xF00F
Reserved
-
-
-
-
0xF010
External wirefeeder
Wirefeed speed actual value
m/min
Word
-
-
0xF011
External wirefeeder
Main error
-
Byte
-
-
0xF000
Control Flag Group 1
Bit 0 - 7 Timeout Lifecycle
Bit 8 - 15 Reserved
0xF001
21
Factor R / W
Process data
from controller to
power source
(0xF000 –
0xF0FF)
(continued)
Address Description
Process data
from power
source to controller (0xF100 –
0xF1FF)
Address Description
0xF012
External wirefeeder
Sub error
0xF013
External wirefeeder
Bit 0
External wirefeeder enable
Bit 1-15 Reserved
Unit
Type
Factor R / W
-
Byte
-
-
-
Boolean
-
-
Unit
Type
ms
-
Boolean
Boolean
-
-
Factor R / W
0xF100
Status Flag Group 1
Bit 0
Modbus timeout
Bit 2 - 15 Reserved
0xF101
Status Flag Group 2
Bit 0
Communication ready
Bit 1
Power source ready
Bit 2
Arc stable
Bit 3
Process active
Bit 4
Main current signal
Bit 5
Torch collision protection
Bit 6
Wire stick control
Bit 7
Wire available
Bit 8
Shortcircuit timeout
Bit 9
Power out of range
Bit 10
Robot access
Bit 11
Data documentation ready
Bit 12
Limit signal
Bit 13-15 Reserved
-
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
-
-
-
0xF102
Status Flag Group 3
Bit 0 - 15 Reserved
-
Boolean
-
-
0xF103
Status Flag Group 4
Bit 0 - 15 Reserved
-
-
-
-
0xF104
Status Flag Group 5
Bit 0 - 15 Reserved
-
-
-
-
0xF105
Status Flag Group 6
Bit 0 - 15 Reserved
-
-
-
-
0xF106
Status Flag Group 7
Bit 0 - 15 Reserved
-
-
-
-
0xF107
Device SubError
-
Byte
-
r
0xF108
Main error number
0xF109
Reserved
-
-
-
-
0xF10A
Welding voltage
V
Word
0xF10B
Welding current
A
Word
0xF10C
Motor current
A
Word
0xF10D
Reserved
-
-
-
-
0xF10E
Reserved
-
-
-
-
0xF10F
Reserved
-
-
-
-
0xF110
Wire speed
m/min
Word
-
-
0xF111
External wirefeeder
Wirefeed speed command value
m/min
Word
-
-
0xF112
External wirefeeder
Wirefeed speed ramp value
15m/min/s Word
-
-
Word
22
Modbus UDP - Process image for MIG/MAG standard
manual
Process data
from controller to
power source
(0xF000 –
0xF0FF)
Address Description
Unit
Type
Factor R / W
ms
-
Byte
-
10
-
-
0xF000
Control Flag Group 1
Bit 0-7 Timeout Lifecycle
Bit 8-15 Reserved
0xF001
Control Flag Group 2
Bit 0
Welding start
Bit 1
Robot ready
Bit 2
Source error reset
Bit 3
Gas test
Bit 4
Wire inching
Bit 5
Wire retract
Bit 6
Torch blow out
Bit 7
Welding simulation
Bit 8
Touch sensing
Bit 9
Master selection Twin
Bit 10
Reserved
Bit 11
Reserved
Bit 12
Dynamik correction disable
Bit 13
Burn back correction disable
Bit 14
Power full range
Bit 15
Reserved
-
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
-
-
-
0xF002
Control Flag Group 3
Bit 0 - 15 Reserved
-
Boolean
-
-
0xF003
Control Flag Group 4
Bit 0 - 15 Reserved
-
Boolean
-
-
0xF004
Control Flag Group 5
Bit 0 - 15 Reserved
-
Boolean
-
-
0xF005
Control Flag Group 6
Bit 0 - 15 Reserved
-
Boolean
-
-
0xF006
Control Flag Group 7
Bit 0 - 15 Reserved
-
Boolean
-
-
0xF007
Control Flag Group 8
Bit 0 - 15 Reserved
-
Boolean
-
-
0xF008
Operating mode
0
MIG/MAG standard synergic welding 1
MIG/MAG pulse synergic welding
2
Job mode
3
Parameter selection internal
4
MIG/MAG standard manual welding 5
CC/CV
6
TIG welding
7
CMT
8
Special process: manual standard 9
Special process: manual pulse
-
-
-
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w
r/w
0xF009
Reserved
-
-
-
0xF00A
Program number
0xF00B
Wire speed
0xF00C
-
Byte
-
-
m/min
Word
-
-
Welding voltage
V
Word
-
-
0xF00D
Dynamik correction
%
Byte
-
-
0xF00E
Burn back correction
ms
Byte
-
-
23
Process data
from controller to
power source
(0xF000 –
0xF0FF)
(continued)
Process data
from power
source to controller (0xF100 –
0xF1FF)
Address Description
Unit
Type
Factor R / W
-
-
-
-
m/min
Word
-
-
0xF00F
Reserved
0xF010
External wirefeeder
Wirefeed speed actual value
0xF011
External wirefeeder
Main error
-
Byte
-
-
0xF012
External wirefeeder
Sub error
-
Byte
-
-
0xF013
External wirefeeder
Bit 0
External wirefeeder enable
Bit 1-15 Reserved
-
Boolean
-
-
-
Unit
Type
ms
-
Boolean
Boolean
-
-
Address Description
Factor R / W
0xF100
Status Flag Group 1
Bit 0
Modbus timeout
Bit 2-15 Reserved
0xF101
Status Flag Group 2
Bit 0
Communication ready
Bit 1
Power source ready
Bit 2
Arc stable
Bit 3
Process active
Bit 4
Main current signal
Bit 5
Torch collision protection
Bit 6
Wire stick control
Bit 7
Wire available
Bit 8
Shortcircuit timeout
Bit 9
Power out of range
Bit 10
Robot access
Bit 11
Data documentation ready
Bit 12
Limit signal
Bit 13-15 Reserved
-
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
Boolean
-
-
-
0xF102
Status Flag Group 3
Bit 0 - 15 Reserved
-
Boolean
-
-
0xF103
Status Flag Group 4
Bit 0 - 15 Reserved
-
-
-
-
0xF104
Status Flag Group 5
Bit 0 - 15 Reserved
-
-
-
-
0xF105
Status Flag Group 6
Bit 0 - 15 Reserved
-
-
-
-
0xF106
Status Flag Group 7
Bit 0 - 15 Reserved
-
-
-
-
0xF107
Device SubError
-
Byte
-
r
0xF108
Main error number
-
Word
-
-
0xF109
Reserved
-
-
-
-
0xF10A
Welding voltage
V
Word
-
-
0xF10B
Welding current
A
Word
-
-
0xF10C
Motor current
A
Word
-
-
0xF10D
Reserved
-
-
-
-
0xF10E
Reserved
-
-
-
-
0xF10F
Reserved
-
-
-
-
0xF110
Wire speed
m/min
Word
-
-
24
Process data
from power
source to controller (0xF100 –
0xF1FF)
(continued)
Address Description
0xF111
External wirefeeder
Wirefeed speed command value
0xF112
External wirefeeder
Wirefeed speed ramp value
25
Unit
Type
Factor R / W
m/min
Word
-
-
15m/min/s Word
-
-
Special data
Generic
Address Description
Read
Write
Unit
E000
Main error
TRUE
FALSE
-
Word
1
E001
Sub error
TRUE
FALSE
-
Word
1
E002
Status Flag
0
main current
1
cooler
2
fan 1
3
gas 1
4
cooler sensor
5
process run
6
process act
7
wf started
8
weld start
9
inching
10 gas test
11 keylock
12 UST-fan
13 current flow
14 started up
15 hold
TRUE
-
FALSE
-
-
Word
-
1
-
E003
Status Flag
0
DC+ enable
1
Needle OVL
2
is 3 phase machine
3
is Magic Wave
4
is TIG
TRUE
-
FALSE
-
-
Word
-
1
-
E004
reserved
TRUE
FALSE
-
Word
1
E005
Job number
TRUE
TRUE
-
Word
1
E007
Push pull unit [PPU]
TRUE
TRUE
-
Word
1
E008
Operating mode
TRUE
0
MIG/MAG standard synergic welding
1
MIG/MAG pulse synergic
welding
2
Stick *
3
TIG welding
4
Job mode
5
MIG/MAG standard manual
welding
6
CC / CV
7
CMT / special process
8
Unused
9
Special process: manual
standard
10 Special process: manual
pulse
255 Invalid
-
TRUE
-
-
Word
-
1
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
E009
Cooler-flow
TRUE
FALSE
l/min
Word
0,001
E00A
Cooler filter time [C-t]
TRUE
TRUE
s
Word
1
E078
Powermaster setting [P-C]
TRUE
TRUE
-
Boolean
1
E0A2
Key lock
0
unlocked
1
locked
TRUE
-
TRUE
-
-
Word
-
1
-
26
Type Factor
Generic
(continued)
Address Description
Read
Write
Unit
Type Factor
E0AC
Hourmeter currentflow lowward
TRUE
FALSE
Min
Word
0,1
E0AD
Hourmeter currentflow highward
TRUE
FALSE
Min
Word
0,1
E0AE
Hourmeter total lowward
TRUE
FALSE
Min
Word
0,1
E0AF
Hourmeter total highward
TRUE
FALSE
Min
Word
0,1
E0B0
Write 0x78E3 for factorycommand-unlock
FALSE
TRUE
-
Integer
1
E0B1
Write 0x56AA for factoryFALSE
command; unlock and command
have to be set at the same time
TRUE
-
Integer
1
E0B2
Result of factory-command
0
Factory command never
started
1
OK
2
unlock was written, but no
command
3
unlock OK, but command
not
4
unlock was wrong
TRUE
-
FALSE
-
-
Integer
-
1
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
E0B3
Write 0x65F7 for RL-adjustcommand-unlock
FALSE
TRUE
-
Integer
1
E0B4
Write 0x3FEA for RL-adjustFALSE
command; unlock and command
have to be set at the same time
TRUE
-
Integer
1
E0B5
Result of RL-adjust-command
TRUE
0
RL-adjust command never
started
1
OK
2
unlock was written, but no
command
3
unlock OK, but command
not
4
unlock was wrong
5
test is running
6
command cannot be started
-
FALSE
-
-
Integer
-
1
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
E0B6
RL-adjust error
TRUE
FALSE
-
Integer
1
E0B7
Write 0x7BC3 for PPU-adjustcommand-unlock
FALSE
TRUE
-
Integer
1
E0B8
Write for PPU-adjust-command; FALSE
unlock and command have to be
in the same message
Bit [7...0] Testnumber
Valid are: 0 = Test1, 1 = Test2
Bit8
0 = Stop Test, 1 = Start Test
TRUE
-
Integer
1
E0B9
Result of PPU-adjust-command
0
PPU-adjust command
never started
1
OK
2
unlock was written, but no
command
3
unlock OK, but command
not
4
unlock was wrong
5
test is running
6
command cannot be
started
TRUE
-
FALSE
-
-
Integer
-
1
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
27
Generic
(continued)
MIG/MAG
Address Description
Read
Write
Unit
Type Factor
E0BA
PPU-adjust error
TRUE
FALSE
-
Integer
1
E0BB
Logical PPU-min
(PPU-min = PPU-max = 255
means no PPU adjustment
possible !)
TRUE
FALSE
-
Word
1
E0BC
Logical PPU-max
(PPU-min = PPU-max = 255
means no PPU adjustment
possible !)
TRUE
FALSE
-
Word
1
E0BD
Logical PPU, can be adjusted in
the range logical-PPU-min to
logical-PPU-max
TRUE
TRUE
-
Word
1
E0BE
This is the real PPU-number,
generated out of the logical
PPU-number
TRUE
FALSE
-
Word
1
E0C4
Error-Quit
FALSE
TRUE
-
Boolean
1
E0C5
Enable / Disable synergic
calculation; disable this, before
you start to transmit a manual
data; enable it, after the
transmission. This ensure
synchron calculation
TRUE
TRUE
-
Boolean
1
E0C6
Device suberror
TRUE
FALSE
-
Word
1
-
E0C8
Inch mode
TRUE
TRUE
Boolean
1
E0C9
R-result of RL-adjustment
TRUE
FALSE mOhm
Word
0,1
E0CA
L-result of RL-adjustment
TRUE
FALSE
μH
Word
0,01
E0CB
Clear Hold
TRUE
TRUE
-
Boolean
1
E0CD
Frontpanel Type
0
None
1
Normal
2
CMT-Version
3
US-Version
4
RCU 5000i
255 Other
TRUE
-
FALSE
-
-
Word
-
1
-
Address Description
Read
Write
Unit
E00B
Wirespeed
TRUE
TRUE
m/min
Integer
0,01
E00C
Arc length correction
TRUE
TRUE
%
Integer
0,1
E00D
Dynamic/Pulse correction
TRUE
TRUE
-
Integer
0,01
E00E
Burnback correction [bbc]
TRUE
TRUE
-
Integer
0,1
E00F
Gas command value
TRUE
TRUE
l
Integer
0,01
E010
Gas factor
TRUE
TRUE
-
Integer
0,1
E011
Gas preflow [Gpr]
TRUE
TRUE
s
Word
0,001
E012
Gas postflow [Gpo]
TRUE
TRUE
s
Word
0,001
E013
Inching speed [Fdi]
TRUE
TRUE
m/min
Word
0,01
E014
Softstart [Fdc]
TRUE
TRUE
m/min
Integer
0,01
E015
Power offset [dFd]
TRUE
TRUE
m/min
Integer
0,01
E016
SynchroPuls [F]
TRUE
TRUE
Hz
Word
0,1
E017
Cooling unit cut-out [C-C]
TRUE
TRUE
-
Word
1
E018
Wire stick [Stc]
TRUE
TRUE
-
Boolean
1
28
Type Factor
MIG/MAG
(continued)
Manually
CC/CV-mode
Stick
(Rod electrode
welding / MMA)
Address Description
Read
Write
Unit
Type Factor
E019
Ignition timeout [Ito]
TRUE
TRUE
s
Word
1
E01A
Arc break watchdog [Arc]
TRUE
TRUE
s
Word
0,01
E01B
4 TT option [S4t]
TRUE
TRUE
-
Word
1
E01C
Jobmaster special mode [Gun]
TRUE
TRUE
-
Word
1
E01D
Start current [I-S]
TRUE
TRUE
%
Word
0,1
E01E
Start time [t-S]
TRUE
TRUE
s
Word
0,1
E01F
Slope [SL]
TRUE
TRUE
s
Word
0,001
E020
End current [I-E]
TRUE
TRUE
%
Word
0,1
E021
End time [t-E]
TRUE
TRUE
s
Word
0,1
E022
Spot time [SPt]
TRUE
TRUE
s
Word
0,001
E023
Characteristic reference (high)
TRUE
TRUE
-
Word
1
E024
Characteristic reference (low)
TRUE
TRUE
-
Word
1
E025
Gun mode
0
2-step
1
4-step
2
special-4-step
3
spotwelding
TRUE
-
TRUE
-
-
Word
-
1
-
E026
Welding-circuit resistance MIG
TRUE
TRUE
mOhm
Word
0,1
E027
Voltage guide value MIG/MAG
TRUE
FALSE
V
Integer
0,01
E028
Current guide value MIG/MAG
TRUE
FALSE
A
Integer
0,1
E029
Sheet thickness parameter
TRUE
FALSE
mm
Word
0,01
E0C0
Welding-circuit MIG inductance
TRUE
FALSE
μH
Word
0,01
E0C7
Arc length correction 2
TRUE
TRUE
%
Integer
0,1
Address Description
Read
Write
Unit
E02A
Wirespeed
TRUE
TRUE
m/min
Integer
0,01
E02B
Voltage parameter manually
TRUE
TRUE
V
Integer
0,01
E02C
Dynamic parameter manually
TRUE
TRUE
-
Word
0,01
Address Description
Read
Write
Unit
E02D
CC/CV-vD
TRUE
TRUE
m/min
Integer
0,01
E02E
CC/CV-I
TRUE
TRUE
A
Integer
0,1
E02F
CC/CV-U
TRUE
TRUE
V
Integer
0,01
Type Factor
Type Factor
E030
Inching speed [Fdi]
TRUE
TRUE
m/min
Word
0,01
E031
Gas command value [GAS]
TRUE
TRUE
l
Integer
0,01
E032
Gas factor [Cor]
TRUE
TRUE
-
Word
0,1
Address Description
Read
Write
Unit
E033
Current parameter stick
TRUE
TRUE
A
Integer
0,1
E034
Dynamic parameter stick
TRUE
TRUE
-
Integer
0,1
E035
Electrode line [Eln]
TRUE
TRUE
-
Word
0,01
E036
Hot current time [Hti]
TRUE
TRUE
-
Word
0,001
E037
Hot start current [HCU]
TRUE
TRUE
%
Word
0,1
29
Type Factor
Stick
(Rod electrode
welding / MMA)
(continued)
TIG
Address Description
Read
Write
Unit
Type Factor
E038
Antistick [Ast]
TRUE
TRUE
-
Boolean
1
E039
Voltage cut off [Uco]
TRUE
TRUE
V
Integer
0,01
E03A
Balance [bAL]
TRUE
TRUE
-
Integer
0,1
E03B
AC mode stick
0
AC
1
DC-minus
2
DC-plus
255 invalid
TRUE
-
TRUE
-
-
Word
-
1
-
E03C
AC frequency [ACF]
TRUE
TRUE
Hz
Word
0,1
E0C1
Welding-circuit resistance stick
TRUE
TRUE
mOhm
Word
0,1
E0C3
Welding-circuit inductance stick
TRUE
FALSE
μH
Word
0,01
Address Description
Read
Write
Unit
E03D
Current parameter TIG
TRUE
TRUE
A
Integer
0,1
E03E
Start current [I-S]
TRUE
TRUE
%
Word
1
E03F
Upslope time [UPS]
TRUE
TRUE
s
Word
0,01
E040
Reduced current [I-2]
TRUE
TRUE
%
Word
1
E041
Downslope time [dSL]
TRUE
TRUE
s
Word
0,01
E042
End current [I-E]
TRUE
TRUE
%
Word
1
E043
Start time [t-S]
TRUE
TRUE
s
Word
0,01
E044
End time [t-E]
TRUE
TRUE
s
Word
0,01
E045
AC mode TIG
0
AC
1
DC-minus
2
DC-plus
255 invalid
TRUE
-
TRUE
-
-
Word
-
1
-
E046
AC frequency [ACF]
TRUE
TRUE
Hz
Word
0,1
E047
Balance [bAL]
TRUE
TRUE
-
Integer
0,1
E048
Positive waveform [pos]
TRUE
TRUE
-
Word
1
E049
Negative wave form [nEG]
TRUE
TRUE
-
Word
1
E04A
Pulse frequency [F-P]
TRUE
TRUE
Hz
Word
0,01
E04B
Pulse frequency [F-P]
TRUE
TRUE
Hz
Word
1
E04C
Dutycycle [dcY]
TRUE
TRUE
-
Word
1
E04D
Background current [I-G]
TRUE
TRUE
%
Word
1
E04E
Gas preflow [GPr]
TRUE
TRUE
s
Word
0,1
E04F
Gas postflow high [G-H]
TRUE
TRUE
s
Word
0,1
E050
Gas postflow low [G-L]
TRUE
TRUE
s
Word
0,1
E051
Gas command value [GAS]
TRUE
TRUE
l
Integer
0,01
E052
Gas factor [Cor]
TRUE
TRUE
-
Integer
0,1
E053
Tacking time [tAC]
TRUE
TRUE
s
Word
0,1
Type Factor
E054
Needle diameter [Eld]
TRUE
TRUE
mm
Word
0,1
E055
Guntrigger mode
0
2-step
1
4-step
TRUE
-
TRUE
-
-
Word
-
1
-
E056
Spot time [SPt]
TRUE
TRUE
s
Word
0,01
E057
Standard-TIG cooling unit cut-out TRUE
[C-C]
TRUE
-
Word
1
E058
Calotte
TRUE
-
Boolean
1
TRUE
30
-
TIG
(continued)
Real Values
Limits
Address Description
Read
Write
Unit
Type Factor
E059
Comfort Stop Senesitivity [CSS]
TRUE
TRUE
V
Integer
0,01
E05A
Ignition timeout [Ito]
TRUE
TRUE
s
Word
0,1
E05B
Arc break watchdog [Arc]
TRUE
TRUE
s
Word
0,1
E05C
Special 4-step [SFS]
TRUE
TRUE
-
Word
1
E05D
External parameter [E-P]
TRUE
TRUE
-
Word
1
E05E
Phase [PHA]
only available on 3-phase
powersources!
TRUE
TRUE
-
Word
1
E05F
Reverse polarity ignition [rPi]
TRUE
TRUE
-
Boolean
1
E060
HF-time
TRUE
TRUE
ms
Word
1
E061
Welding-circuit TIG resistance
TRUE
TRUE
mOhm
Word
0,1
E062
Feeder 1 [Fd.1]
TRUE
TRUE
m/min
Integer
0,01
E063
Feeder 2 [Fd.2]
TRUE
TRUE
%
Word
1
E064
Inching speed [Fdi]
TRUE
TRUE
m/min
Word
0,01
E065
Feeder-delay 1 [dt1]
TRUE
TRUE
s
Word
0,1
E066
Feeder-delay 2 [dt2]
TRUE
TRUE
s
Word
0,1
E067
Feeder back [Fdb]
TRUE
TRUE
mm
Word
1
E09F
Pre-HF-time
TRUE
TRUE
s
Word
0,1
E0A0
Spezial-2-step
TRUE
TRUE
-
Word
1
E0AB
Gas purge
TRUE
TRUE
-
Word
1
E0C2
Welding-circuit TIG inductance
TRUE
FALSE
μH
Word
0,01
E0CC
IOFFSET [Io]
TRUE
TRUE
A
Integer
1
Address Description
Read
Write
Unit
E068
Actual welding time
TRUE
FALSE
s
Word
0,1
E069
Pulse-synchron sliding window
for TIG-current
TRUE
FALSE
A
Integer
0,1
E06A
Pulse-synchron sliding window
for TIG-voltage
TRUE
FALSE
V
Integer
0,01
E06B
Current at end of pulse
TRUE
FALSE
A
Integer
0,1
Type Factor
E06C
Voltage at end of pulse
TRUE
FALSE
V
Integer
0,01
E06D
Current at end of ground-phase
TRUE
FALSE
A
Integer
0,1
E06E
Voltage at end of ground-phase
TRUE
FALSE
V
Integer
0,01
E06F
Real value arc length
TRUE
FALSE
V
Integer
0,01
E070
Real value voltage
TRUE
FALSE
V
Integer
0,01
E071
Real value current
TRUE
FALSE
A
Integer
0,1
E079
Current mean value of neg. wave TRUE
FALSE
A
Integer
0,1
E07A
Voltage mean value of neg. wave TRUE
FALSE
V
Integer
0,01
E0BF
Real value gas
TRUE
FALSE
ml
Integer
1
Address Description
Read
Write
Unit
E072
Min. feeder-value
TRUE
FALSE
m/min
Integer
0,01
E073
Max. feeder-value
TRUE
FALSE
m/min
Integer
0,01
E074
Min. voltage command value
TRUE
FALSE
V
Integer
0,01
31
Type Factor
Limits
(continued)
Special process:
MIG/MAG manual
standard
Special process:
MIG/MAG manual
pulse
Address Description
Read
Write
Unit
Type Factor
E075
Max. voltage command value
TRUE
FALSE
V
Integer
0,01
E076
Min. current command value
TRUE
FALSE
A
Integer
0,1
E077
Max. current command value
TRUE
FALSE
A
Integer
0,1
E0A9
Min. Eld value
TRUE
FALSE
mm
Word
0,1
E0AA
Max. Eld-value
TRUE
FALSE
mm
Word
0,1
Address Description
Read
Write
Unit
Type Factor
E07B
Feeder creep speed
TRUE
TRUE
m/min
Integer
0,01
E07C
Ignition current
TRUE
TRUE
A
Integer
0,1
E07D
Ignition current time
TRUE
TRUE
ms
Word
0,01
E07E
Wirefeed speed
TRUE
TRUE
m/min
Integer
0,01
E07F
Background current
TRUE
TRUE
A
Integer
0,1
E080
Voltage command value
TRUE
TRUE
V
Integer
0,01
E081
Characteristic slope
TRUE
TRUE
μOhm
Word
1
E082
Special dynamic
TRUE
TRUE
-
Word
1
E083
Current decrease
TRUE
TRUE
-
Word
1
E084
Current rise
TRUE
TRUE
-
Word
1
E085
Burn back time
TRUE
TRUE
s
Word
0,01
E086
Burn back pulse time
TRUE
TRUE
ms
Word
0,01
E087
Burn back pulsing current
TRUE
TRUE
A
Integer
0,1
Address Description
Read
Write
Unit
E088
Feeder creep speed
TRUE
TRUE
m/min
Integer
0,01
E089
Ignition current
TRUE
TRUE
A
Integer
0,1
E08A
Ignition current time
TRUE
TRUE
ms
Word
0,01
E08B
Base current
TRUE
TRUE
A
Integer
0,1
E08C
Current rise
TRUE
TRUE
A/ms
Word
0,1
Type Factor
E08D
Current rise tau
TRUE
TRUE
ms
Word
0,01
E08E
Pulsing current
TRUE
TRUE
A
Integer
0,1
E08F
Pulsing current time
TRUE
TRUE
ms
Word
0,01
E090
Current decrease
TRUE
TRUE
A/ms
Word
0,1
E091
Current drop tau
TRUE
TRUE
ms
Word
0,01
E092
Droplet detachment current
TRUE
TRUE
A
Integer
0,1
E093
Droplet detachment time
TRUE
TRUE
ms
Word
0,01
E094
Pulsing frequency
TRUE
TRUE
Hz
Word
0,1
E095
Wirefeed speed
TRUE
TRUE
m/min
Integer
0,01
E096
Voltage command value
TRUE
TRUE
V
Integer
0,01
E097
Fact I_b_control_pi
TRUE
TRUE
%
Word
0,01
E098
Fact I_p1_control_pi
TRUE
TRUE
%
Word
0,01
E099
Fact f_control_p
TRUE
TRUE
%
Word
0,01
E09A
Fact I_b_correction
TRUE
TRUE
%
Word
0,01
E09B
Fact I_p1_correction
TRUE
TRUE
%
Word
0,01
E09C
Fact f_correction
TRUE
TRUE
%
Word
0,01
32
Special process:
MIG/MAG manual
pulse
(continued)
Pilot Plasma
Address Description
Read
Write
Unit
Type Factor
E09D
Current rise sc
TRUE
TRUE
A/ms
Word
0,1
E09E
Burn back time
TRUE
TRUE
s
Word
0,01
E0A1
Regulator output
TRUE
FALSE
-
Integer
1
Address Description
Read
Write
Unit
E0A3
Gas preflow [GPr]
TRUE
TRUE
s
E0A4
Gas postflow [GPo]
TRUE
TRUE
E0A5
Gas command value [GAS]
TRUE
TRUE
E0A6
Gas factor [Cor]
TRUE
E0A7
Pre-/Post Gas command value
[GPA]
E0A8
Pilot current
33
Type Factor
Word
0,001
s
Word
0,001
l
Integer
0,01
TRUE
-
Word
0,1
TRUE
TRUE
l
Integer
0,01
TRUE
TRUE
A
Integer
0,1
TAG Table
Adress Description
Read
Write
Group
Type
Factor
E000
Main error
True
False
Generic
Word
1
E001
Sub error
True
False
Generic
Word
1
E002
Status Flag
Bit 0 maincurrent
Bit 1 cooler
Bit 2 fan1
Bit 3 gas1
Bit 4 coolersensor
Bit 5 processrun
Bit 6 processact
Bit 7 wf started
Bit 8 weldstart
Bit 9 inching
Bit 10 gastest
Bit 11 keylock
Bit 12 UST-fan
Bit 13 currentflow
Bit 14 started up
Bit 15 hold
True
False
Generic
Word
1
E003
Status Flag
Bit 0 1=DC+ enable
Bit 1 1=Needle OVL
Bit 2 1=3 phase machine
Bit 3 1=Magic Wave
Bit 4 1=TIG
Bit 5 1=I-RV-display
Bit 6 1=U-RV-display
Bit 7 1=Fd-RV-display
Bit 8 1=enable jobchange
Bit 9 1=par.-select.-int.
Bit 10 1=Touchsensing active
True
False
Generic
Word
1
E004
Reserved
True
False
Generic
Word
1
E005
Jobnumber
True
True
Generic
Word
1
E007
Push pull unit [PPU]
True
True
Generic
Word
1
E008
Opterating mode
0
MIG Standard
1
MIG Pulse
2
Stick
3
TIG
4
Job mode
5
Manual mode
6
CC/CV
7
CMT special mode
8
Unused
9
Manual standard
10
Manual puls
255
Invalid
True
True
Generic
Word
1
E009
Coolerflow
True
False
Generic
l/min
Word
0,001
E00A
Cooler filtertime [C-t]
True
True
Generic
s
Word
1
E078
Powermaster-setting [P-C]
True
True
Generic
34
Unit
Boolean 1
Adress Description
Read
Write
Group
E0A2
Key lock
0
unlocked
1
locked
True
True
Generic
E0AC
Hourmeter currentflow low-word
True
False
Generic
E0AD
Hourmeter currentflow high-word True
False
E0AE
Hourmeter total low-word
True
False
E0AF
Hourmeter total high-word
True
E0B0
Write 0x78E3 for factorycomand-unlock
E0B1
Write 0x56AA for factorycomand, unlock and command
have to set at the same
message
E0B2
Type
Factor
Word
1
Min
Word
0,1
Generic
Min
Word
0,1
Generic
Min
Word
0,1
False
Generic
Min
Word
0,1
False
True
Generic
Integer
1
False
True
Generic
Integer
1
Result of factory-command
True
0
Factory-command never
started
1
OK
2
unlock was written,
but no command
3
unlock OK, but command
not
4
unlock was wrong
False
Generic
Integer
1
E0B3
Write 0x65F7 for RL-adjustcommand-unlock
False
True
Generic
Integer
1
E0B4
Write 0x3FEA for RL-adjustFalse
command, unlock and command
have to set at the same message
True
Generic
Integer
1
E0B5
Result of RL-adjustmentTrue
command
0
RL-adjustment-command
never started
1
OK
2
unlock was written,
but no command
3
unlock OK, but command
not
4
unlock was wrong
5
test is running
6
command cannot be
started
False
Generic
Integer
1
E0B6
RL-adjust error
True
False
Generic
Integer
1
E0B7
Write 0x7BC3 for PPU-adjustcommand-unlock
False
True
Generic
Integer
1
E0B8
Write for PPU-adjustFalse
command, unlock and command
have to be in the same message
Bit[7....0]
Testnumber
Valid are 0 = Test1
1 = Test2
Bit8
0 = Stop Test
1 = Start Test
True
Generic
Integer
1
35
Unit
Adress Description
Read
Write
Group
Unit
Type
Factor
E0B9
Result of PPU-adjustTrue
command
0
PPU-adjustmentcommand never started
1
OK
2
unlock was written,
but no command
3
unlock OK, but command
not
4
unlock was wrong
5
test is running
6
command cannot be
started
False
Generic
Integer
1
E0BA
PPU-adjust error
True
False
Generic
Integer
1
E0BB
Logical PPU-min (PPU-min =
PPU-max==255 means no PPU
adjustment possible!)
True
False
Generic
Word
1
E0BC
Logical PPU-max (PPU-min =
PPU-max==255 means no PPU
adjustment possible!)
True
False
Generic
Word
1
E0BD
Logical PPU, can be adjusted
in the range of logical-PPU-min
to logical-PPU-max
True
True
Generic
Word
1
E0BE
This is the real PPU-number,
True
generated out of the logical-PPUnumber
False
Generic
Word
1
E0C4
Error-Quit
Ture
Generic
Boolean 1
E0C5
Enable / Disable synergic
True
calculation - disable this before
you start to transmit a manual
data, enable it after the
transmission.
This ensures synchron calculation
True
Generic
Boolean 1
E0C6
Device suberror
True
False
Generic
Word
E0C8
Inch mode
True
True
Generic
Boolean 1
E0C9
R-result of RL-adjustment
True
False
Generic
mOhm Word
0,1
E0CA
L-result of RL-adjustment
True
False
Generic
μH
0,01
E0CB
Clear Hold
True
True
Generic
Boolean 1
E0CD
Frontpanel Type
0
None
1
Normal
2
CMT-Version
3
US-Version
4
RCU5000i
255
Other
True
False
Generic
Word
1
E0CE
Jobnumber for jobcorrection
True
True
Generic
Word
1
E0CF
Jobcorrection for TIG
main current
True
True
Generic
A
Integer
0,1
E0D0
Jobcorrection-min for TIG
main current
True
False
Generic
A
Integer
0,1
E0D1
Jobcorrection-max for TIG
main current
True
False
Generic
A
Integer
0,1
False
36
Word
1
Adress Description
Read
Write
Group
Unit
Type
Factor
E0D5
Programmcode=process<<DM<< True
Mat
Process
0=Puls
1=Standard
2=CMT
Mat
0=SG2...
15=SP2
DM
0=0,8 mm
4=SP
True
Generic
Word
1
E0D6
Reference-number-high for
position defined in Tag E0D5
True
False
Generic
Word
1
E0D7
Reference-number-high for
position defined in Tag E0D5
True
False
Generic
Word
1
E0D8
low=data [0], high=data [1]
True
False
Generic
Word
1
E0D9
low=data [2], high=data [3]
True
False
Generic
Word
1
E0DA
low=data [4], high=data [5]
True
False
Generic
Word
1
E0DB
low=data [6], high=data [7]
True
False
Generic
Word
1
E0DC
virtual pointer to matlist
beginning with 0.
True
True
Generic
Word
1
E0DD
size of matlist
True
False
Generic
Word
1
E0DE
0=matlist is not ready,
!0=matlist is ready
True
False
Generic
Boolean 1
E00B
Wirespeed
True
True
MigMag
m/min
Integer
0,01
E00C
Arc length correction
True
True
MigMag
%
Integer
0,1
E00D
Dynamik/Puls correction
True
True
MigMag
Integer
0,01
E00E
Burnback correction [bbc]
True
True
MigMag
Integer
0,1
E00F
Gas commandvalue
True
True
MigMag
Integer
0,01
E010
Gasfactor
True
True
MigMag
Integer
0,1
E011
Gas preflow [Gpr]
True
True
MigMag
s
Word
0,001
E012
Gas postflow [Gpo]
True
True
MigMag
s
Word
0,001
E013
Inching speed [Fdi]
True
True
MigMag
m/min
Word
0,01
E014
Softstart [Fdc]
True
True
MigMag
m/min
Integer
0,01
E015
Power offset [dFd]
True
True
MigMag
m/min
Integer
0,01
E016
Synchropuls [F]
True
True
MigMag
Hz
Word
0,1
E017
Cooling unit cut-out [C-C]
True
True
MigMag
Word
1
E018
Wire stick [Stc]
True
True
MigMag
Boolean 1
E019
Ignition timeout [Ito]
True
True
MigMag
s
Word
1
E01A
Arc break watchdog [Arc]
True
True
MigMag
s
Word
0,01
E01B
4 TT option [S4t]
True
True
MigMag
Word
1
E01C
Jobmaster special mode [Gun]
True
True
MigMag
Word
1
E01D
Start current [I-S]
True
True
MigMag
%
Word
0,1
E01E
Start time [t-S]
True
True
MigMag
s
Word
0,1
E01F
Slope [SL]
True
True
MigMag
s
Word
0,001
E020
End current [I-E]
True
True
MigMag
%
Word
0,1
E021
End time [t-E]
True
True
MigMag
s
Word
0,1
s
l
E022
Spot time [SPt]
True
True
MigMag
Word
0,001
E023
Characteristic reference (high)
True
True
MigMag
Word
1
E024
Characteristic reference (low)
True
True
MigMag
Word
1
37
Adress Description
Read
Write
Group
E025
Gun mode
0
2-step
1
4-step
2
special-4-step
3
spotwelding
True
True
E026
Welding-circuit resistance MIG
True
E027
Voltage guide value MIG/MAG
E028
Current guide value MIG/MAG
E029
Sheet thickness parameter
E0C0
Unit
Type
Factor
MigMag
Word
1
True
MigMag
mOhm Word
0,1
True
False
MigMag
V
Integer
0,01
True
False
MigMag
A
Integer
0,1
True
False
MigMag
mm
Word
0,01
Welding-circuit inductance MIG
True
False
MigMag
μH
Word
0,01
E0C7
Arc length correction 2 (Al2)
True
True
MigMag
%
Integer
0,1
E0E0
ALS
True
True
MigMag
Word
1
E0E1
ALt, 0=OFF, steps in 0,05s-units
True
True
MigMag
s
Word
0,05
E02A
Wirespeed
True
True
Manually
m/min
Integer
0,01
E02B
Voltageparameter manually
True
True
Manually
V
Integer
0,01
E02C
Dynamicparameter manually
True
True
Manually
Word
0,01
E02D
CC/CV-vD
True
True
CC_CV_mode
m/min
Integer
0,01
E02E
CC/CV-I
True
True
CC_CV_mode
A
Integer
0,1
E02F
CC/CV-U
True
True
CC_CV_mode
V
Integer
0,01
E030
Inching speed [Fdi]
True
True
CC_CV_mode
m/min
Word
0,01
E031
Gas commandvalue [GAS]
True
True
CC_CV_mode
l
Integer
0,01
E032
Gasfactor [Cor]
True
True
CC_CV_mode
Word
0,1
E033
Currentparameter stick
True
True
Stick
Integer
0,1
E034
Dynamicparameter stick
True
True
Stick
Integer
0,1
E035
Electrode line [Eln]
True
True
Stick
Word
0,01
E036
Hot current time [Hti]
True
True
Stick
E037
Hot start current [HCU]
True
True
Stick
E038
Antistick [Ast]
True
True
Stick
E039
Cutoff voltage [Uco]
True
True
Stick
E03A
Balance [bAL]
True
True
E03B
AC mode Stick
0
AC
1
DC-minus
2
DC-plus
255
invalid
True
True
E03C
AC frequency [ACF]
True
True
Stick
Hz
Word
0,1
E0C1
Welding-circuit resistance Stick
True
True
Stick
mOhm Word
0,1
E0C3
Welding-circuit inductance Stick
True
False
Stick
μH
Word
0,01
E03D
Currentparameter TIG
True
True
TIG
A
Integer
0,1
E03E
Start current [l-S]
ATTENTION: this will write both
values - for AC and DC
simultanously
True
True
TIG
%
Word
1
E03F
Upslope time [UPS]
ATTENTION: this will write both
values - for 2-step and 4-step
simultanously
True
True
TIG
s
Word
0,01
38
A
%
Word
0,001
Word
0,1
Boolean 1
V
Integer
0,01
Stick
Integer
0,1
Stick
Word
1
Adress Description
Read
Write
Group
Unit
Type
Factor
E040
Reduced current [l-2]
True
True
TIG
%
Word
1
E041
Downslope time [dSL]
ATTENTION: this will write both
values - for 2-step and 4-step
simultanously
True
True
TIG
s
Word
0,01
E042
End current [I-E]
True
True
TIG
%
Word
1
E043
Start time [t-S]
True
True
TIG
s
Word
0,01
E044
End time [t-E]
True
True
TIG
s
Word
0,01
E045
AC mode TIG
0
AC
1
DC-minus
2
DC-plus
255
invalid
True
True
TIG
Word
1
E046
AC frequency [ACF]
True
True
TIG
Word
0,1
E047
Balance [bAL]
True
True
TIG
Integer
0,1
E048
Positive waveform [pos]
True
True
TIG
Word
1
E049
Negative waveform [nEG]
True
True
TIG
Word
1
E04A
Pulse frequency [F-P]
True
True
TIG
Hz
Word
0,01
E04B
Pulse frequency [F-P]
True
True
TIG
Hz
Word
1
E04C
Dutycycle [dcY]
True
True
TIG
Word
1
E04D
Background current [I-G]
True
True
TIG
%
Word
1
E04E
Gas preflow [GPr]
True
True
TIG
s
Word
0,1
E04F
Gas postflow high [G-H]
True
True
TIG
s
Word
0,1
E050
Gas postflow low [G-L]
True
True
TIG
s
Word
0,1
E051
Gas commandvalue [GAS]
True
True
TIG
l
Integer
0,01
E052
Gasfactor [Cor]
True
True
TIG
Integer
0,1
E053
Tacking time [tAC]
True
True
TIG
s
Word
0,1
mm
Word
0,1
Word
1
Word
0,01
1
Hz
E054
Needle diameter [Eld]
True
True
TIG
E055
Guntrigger mode
0
2-step
1
4-step
True
True
TIG
E056
Spot time [SPt]
True
True
TIG
E057
Standard-TIG Cooling unit
cut-out [C-C]
True
True
TIG
Word
E058
Calotte
True
True
TIG
Boolean 1
E059
Comfort Stop Senesitivity [CSS]
True
True
TIG
E05A
Ignition timeout [Ito]
True
True
E05B
Arc break watchdog [Arc]
True
True
E05C
Special 4-step [SFS]
True
True
E05D
External parameter [E-P]
True
E05E
Phase [PHA]
only available on 3-phase
powersources!
E05F
s
V
Integer
0,01
TIG
s
Word
0,1
TIG
s
Word
0,1
TIG
Word
1
True
TIG
Word
1
True
True
TIG
Word
1
Reverse polarity ignition [rPi]
True
True
TIG
Boolean 1
E060
HF-time
True
True
TIG
ms
E061
Welding-circuit resistance TIG
True
True
TIG
mOhm Word
0,1
E062
Feeder 1 [Fd.1]
True
True
TIG
m/min
Integer
0,01
E063
Feeder 2 [Fd.2]
True
True
TIG
%
Word
1
39
Word
1
Adress Description
Read
Write
Group
Unit
Type
Factor
E064
Inching speed [Fdi]
True
True
TIG
m/min
Word
0,01
E065
Feeder-delay 1 [dt1]
True
True
TIG
s
Word
0,1
E066
Feeder-delay 2 [dt2]
True
True
TIG
s
Word
0,1
E067
Feeder back [Fdb]
True
True
TIG
mm
Word
1
E09F
Pre-HF-time
True
True
TIG
s
Word
0,1
E0A0
Spezial-2-step
True
True
TIG
Word
1
E0AB
Gas purge
True
True
TIG
Word
1
E0C2
Welding-circuit inductance TIG
True
False
TIG
μH
Word
0,01
E0CC
Ioffset [Io]
True
True
TIG
A
Integer
1
E0D2
Start current [l-S]
ATTENTION: there are two
different values for AC and DC,
so change ACMODE before
changing this value
True
True
TIG
%
Word
1
E0D3
Upslope time [UPD]
ATTENTION: there are two
different values for 2-step and
4-step, so change GUNMODE
before changing this value
True
True
TIG
s
Word
0,01
E0D4
Downslope time [dSL]
ATTENTION: there are two
different values for 2-step and
4-step, so change GUNMODE
before changing this value
True
True
TIG
s
Word
0,01
E0DF
Multiplicator for TIG-STS2:
0...100% means Ie...Ih
True
True
TIG
%
Word
1
E068
Actual weldingtime
True
False
Real Values
s
Word
0,1
E069
Puls-synchron sliding window
for TIG-current
True
False
Real Values
A
Integer
0,1
E06A
Puls-synchron sliding window
for TIG-voltage
True
False
Real Values
V
Integer
0,01
E06B
Current at end of puls
True
False
Real Values
A
Integer
0,1
E06C
Voltage at end of puls
True
False
Real Values
V
Integer
0,01
E06D
Current at end of ground-phase
True
False
Real Values
A
Integer
0,1
E06E
Voltage at end of ground-phase
True
False
Real Values
V
Integer
0,01
E06F
Realvalue arclength
True
False
Real Values
V
Integer
0,01
E070
Realvalue voltage
True
False
Real Values
V
Integer
0,01
E071
Realvalue current
True
False
Real Values
A
Integer
0,1
E079
Current-meanvalue of neg. wave
True
False
Real Values
A
Integer
0,1
E07A
Voltage-meanvalue of neg. wave
True
False
Real Values
V
Integer
0,01
E0BF
Realvalue gas
True
False
Real Values
ml
Integer
1
E072
Min. Feeder-value
True
False
Limits
m/min
Integer
0,01
E073
Max. Feeder-value
True
False
Limits
m/min
Integer
0,01
E074
Min. Voltage-commandvalue
True
False
Limits
V
Integer
0,01
E075
Max. Voltage-commandvalue
True
False
Limits
V
Integer
0,01
E076
Min. Current-commandvalue
True
False
Limits
A
Integer
0,1
E077
Max. Current-commandvalue
True
False
Limits
A
Integer
0,1
E0A9
Min. Eld-value
True
False
Limits
mm
Word
0,1
E0AA
Max. Eld-value
True
False
Limits
mm
Word
0,1
40
Adress Description
Read
Write
Group
Unit
Type
Factor
E07B
Feeder creep speed
True
True
MigMag ManSTD
m/min
Integer
0,01
E07C
Ignition current
True
True
MigMag ManSTD
A
Integer
0,1
E07D
Ignition current time
True
True
MigMag ManSTD
ms
Word
0,01
E07E
Wirefeed speed
True
True
MigMag ManSTD
m/min
Integer
0,01
E07F
Background current
True
True
MigMag ManSTD
A
Integer
0,1
E080
Voltage command value
True
True
MigMag ManSTD
V
Integer
0,01
E081
Characteristic slope
True
True
MigMag ManSTD
μOhm
Word
1
E082
Special dynamic
True
True
MigMag ManSTD
Word
1
E083
Current decrease
True
True
MigMag ManSTD
Word
1
E084
Current rise
True
True
MigMag ManSTD
Word
1
E085
Burn back time
True
True
MigMag ManSTD
s
Word
0,01
E086
Burn back pulse time
True
True
MigMag ManSTD
ms
Word
0,01
E087
Burn back pulsing current
True
True
MigMag ManSTD
A
Integer
0,1
E088
Feeder creep speed
True
True
MigMag ManPULS m/min
Integer
0,01
E089
Ignition current
True
True
MigMag ManPULS A
Integer
0,1
E08A
Ignition current time
True
True
MigMag ManPULS ms
Word
0,01
E08B
Base current
True
True
MigMag ManPULS A
Integer
0,1
E08C
Current rise
True
True
MigMag ManPULS A/ms
Word
0,1
E08D
Current rise tau
True
True
MigMag ManPULS ms
Word
0,01
E08E
Pulsing current
True
True
MigMag ManPULS A
Integer
0,1
E08F
Pulsing current time
True
True
MigMag ManPULS ms
Word
0,01
E090
Current decrease
True
True
MigMag ManPULS A/ms
Word
0,1
E091
Current drop tau
True
True
MigMag ManPULS ms
Word
0,01
E092
Droplet detachment current
True
True
MigMag ManPULS A
Integer
0,1
E093
Droplet detachment time
True
True
MigMag ManPULS ms
Word
0,01
E094
Pulsing frequency
True
True
MigMag ManPULS Hz
Word
0,1
E095
Wirefeed speed
True
True
MigMag ManPULS m/min
Integer
0,01
E096
Voltage command value
True
True
MigMag ManPULS V
Integer
0,01
E097
Fact I_b_control_pi
True
True
MigMag ManPULS %
Word
0,01
E098
Fact I_p1_control_pi
True
True
MigMag ManPULS %
Word
0,01
E099
Fact f_control_p
True
True
MigMag ManPULS %
Word
0,01
E09A
Fact I_b_correction
True
True
MigMag ManPULS %
Word
0,01
E09B
Fact I_p1_correction
True
True
MigMag ManPULS %
Word
0,01
E09C
Fact f_correction
True
True
MigMag ManPULS %
Word
0,01
E09D
Current rise sc
True
True
MigMag ManPULS A/ms
Word
0,1
E09E
Burn back time
True
True
MigMag ManPULS s
Word
0,01
E0A1
Regulator output
True
False
MigMag ManPULS
Integer
1
E0A3
Gas prelow [GPr]
True
True
Pilot Plasma
Word
0,001
E0A4
Gas postflow [GPo]
True
True
Pilot Plasma
s
Word
0,001
E0A5
Gas commandvalue [GAS]
True
True
Pilot Plasma
l
Integer
0,01
E0A6
Gasfactor [Cor]
True
True
Pilot Plasma
Word
0,1
E0A7
Pre-/Post Gas
commandvalue [GPA]
True
True
Pilot Plasma
l
Integer
0,01
E0A8
Pilot current
True
True
Pilot Plasma
A
Integer
0,1
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